How can I move newborn kittens without upsetting the mother cat?
My daughter left her coat on the floor last night and our cat had kittens on it. It is in a high traffic area right in the middle of the room and I'm afraid they might get stepped on. Is there a way to move them without upsetting the mother cat?
When you move them, be sure it is somewhere very quiet and try not to touch them too much. A quiet corner is sometimes best where she can feel secure and private.
Yes, you can move them and mom will still take care of them. I agree with clairemy about not handling them too much.
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